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them candidly for long time, teasing each other, laughing, sasha, the younger daughter taking pictures of her own parents, and them sort of mugging for her. her sister mugsing for some friend who she saw nearby. mom helping the girls with coats and bottles of water and iphones. dad getting caught checking his blackberry, and at one point teasing his girls. we do not usually see them this way. we see them usually in the hyper restrained dignity that is demanded of formal occasions and heads of state. for whatever reason, and i really hope they did not mind us seeing them this way. for a long stretch of time we got to seem them while the parade was going by, just hanging out and having a great time. being able to see the overlap between our regular humanity and the ceremony and celebration of greatness, of great office, of great achievement is always a moving thing. we're reminded that -- reminded of that in this city of monuments, monuments to human achievement that are rendered, of course, super human in their scale. we're reminded of this on days that are full of pageantry and ceremon
they've cut with sasha and malia. i don't think the war on the atf is a broadly resonant issue in american public life -- >> but they're trying to be broadly resonant. >> but they aren't trying to be broadly resonant. and the question, it gets back to the senate republican question, does the party, dot legislators go along with that? do they recognize -- when they were sitting around capitol hill, all of them, watching wayne lapierre up on their tv screens, did they recognize how terrible that looked toefrn? do they understand that? and doe think in the post-gerrymandered 13th congress with those districts that are going to be there for ten years, do they think it matters? do they think the voters in their district matter enough because they've kind of gotten themselves some nice sin koours, to respond to that? >> that's right. and in the senate there aren't those districts -- >> exactly. >> that's where the confirmation is going to be fascinating. you are totally right. that's so great. chris hayes is the host of "up with chris hayes," weekend mornings here on msnbc. thank you
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